Jane Hahn is a Korean American photojournalist based in Los Angeles and Seattle. She began her career in West Africa in 2007 covering underreported stories across the continent and beyond. Her work ranges from news coverage of conflict and humanitarian crises to documenting climate change, migration, children’s education and everyday life. She returned to the US in 2020 to continue ongoing projects on the world's groundwater crisis and women's safety.
She has first aid as well as HEFAT training through the IWMF and RISC.
Clients and publications include: The Washington Post, Time, The New York Times, WSJ, NPR, National Geographic, Geo, Marie Claire, The Fader, Nike Foundation, Oxfam America among others.
Women Photograph Mentor
Pulitzer Center Grantee
International Women's Media Fund Adelante Fellow
Open Society Initiative of West Africa Award/Grant
Pictures of the Year International
New York Times Portfolio Review
British Journal of Photography
Lagos Photo Festival
Eddie Adams Workshop